Configuring Email to use IMAP or POP3 with SSL
Posted by KB Editor on 12 April 2017 06:37 PM
How to configure your email to use IMAP or POP3 with SSL
Secure email connections using SSL, needs replacing the regular mail server mail.example.com with the server’s hostname. With that said, the hostname should be used for the incoming and outgoing mail server, and you can locate the hostname for your account by using this article.
Secure Ports for IMAP or POP3
Secure Outgoing Ports for IMAP or POP3
The outgoing mail will always using the SMTP protocol, weather using IMAP or POP3
Ensure that your computer’s firewall is not blocking the ports above as this can cause the ports to not work correctly. If you cannot send from port 26 or port 465, we recommend that you contact your ISP and ask for their outgoing mail server.
When not using the secure connection settings for email, you may receive an error about the SSL certificate when the certificates are renewed or reissued. The error can be resolve by updating the email settings with the server name.
If you do not want to update your email configuration, you may skip the warning about the validity of your connection’s SSL certificate by adding an exception or trusting the certificate.